Bar Bell Bee Ranch is an apiary that produces many varieties of honey including: Alfalfa, clover, basswood, buckwheat, dandelion, sunflower, and wildflower. We offer our honey in both processed and raw. We have honey comb and beeswax available also.
Bear Country Honey
Our honey comes in a variety of forms including raw, honey comb and 3 flavors of creamed honey – plain, raspberry and cinnamon. We also make and sell candles and have bee pollen available for purchase.
Phil and Martha Hanson 218-851-7194
Offering a variety of gladiolus, cut and potted flowers, produce, and hand crafted market baskets.
We are a family run farm that produces a wide variety of vegetables; including beans, peas, cucumbers, squash, greens, pumpkins, fresh herbs, gourds, beets, carrots, etc. We are also state certified in our homemade jams and jellies, fruit syrups, shrubs, herb dips, herbal teas, artisan mustard and all natural beauty products.
We are a small family farm located just 4 miles from downtown Grand Rapids, MN. We grow in multiple high tunnel greenhouses & outdoor gardens, using sustainable practices, to provide clean grown produce (meaning completely chemical free!) to our customers. The high tunnels allow us to extend our growing season so we can offer a wide selection of fresh vegetables, plants, and cut flowers early and late in the year. We’ve been members of the Grand Rapids Farmer’s Market since 2012 and love to provide high quality, delicious, home-grown produce to our local community.
Fresh homemade bread, cinnamon/caramel rolls, dinner rolls, other pastries as well as something for your sweet tooth.
We specialize in hand crafted soaps, made with either lye or glycerin, and offer an extensive variety of bath, beauty and household products. Don’t forget to check out our baked goods! You can also find Hannah’s Handmade Creations on Facebook, Etsy and Ebay.
Hannah Harling 218-259-9786
Coffee & tea. Organic certified mushrooms (spawn), pickled fish, smoked fish. Insured and inspected, HACCP certification, Minnesota Grown member, licensed by MN Department of Agriculture.
I AM ACRES
Local, fresh vegetables and fruits – “As intended” from Cohasset, MN!
Jim and Vickie Azure Cell 218-256-3084 Home 218-999-5207
Breads: European artisan breads, ethnic breads, rolls, biscotti, bagels.
Locally Grown Produce from My Farm along the Mississippi river located between Jacobson and Palisade plus crafts such as Mini Straw Bales, Oriole Feeders, Greeting Cards and My Photography.
Gladiolus and Produce
We have been growing strawberries and blueberries at our farm for about 40 years. Wow, that seems like forever ago! About 15 years ago we added fresh apples and cherries. In the fall we also have pumpkins and squash available at our farm as well as fresh honey from the 4 hives of bees we maintain for pollination. Our farm has always been a family effort with much help from our parents however through the years our brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews have also joined our team! We are members of Minnesota Grown and we strive to grow our produce using sustainable practices that maintain, and hopefully improve, the health of our soil. At this time in our lives we are not trying to get bigger but we are always trying to improve the quality of our products.
A distinct food experience and traditional wood fired pizza created with fresh, locally sourced ingredients and artisan craftsmanship.
A small farm & bread baking company. We specialize in rich whole wheat & rye breads made from local grown, fresh ground grains. Our signature bread, Cranberry Wild Rice, features local wild rice, free-range eggs, maple syrup & fresh-ground wheat & rye. All our grain farmers are soil-conservationists & grow without the use of glyphosate. Our produce is grown naturally & our chickens are raised on non-GMO & transitional-organic feed. Stop by and see us at the Grand Rapids Farmer’s Market or visit our farm stand located near Aitkin, MN.
Jay Rigdon & Erik Heimark 218-308-0929
Maple Ridge Produce & Maple Ridge Baking Co.
29555 380th Ave – Aitkin, MN 56431
Instagram: @carrotsand wheat
Not Quite Perfect Woodworking
Bird Houses, bird feeders, picnic tables, book cases, yard furniture, home grown tomatoes, squash, peppers, jams and jellies, stewed tomatoes, and tomato sauce.
Anthony ‘Tony’ Pardino 218-327-8238
Produce raised beyond organic standards but not USDA certified.
Bedding plants, fresh vegetables, pickled products, jams, jellies, and bread.
Kristi Neary / Luann Grover
Specializing in a wide range of sweet treats and eats, guaranteed to please even the most discriminate of taste buds! Our wholesome and delicious artisan breads, rolls/buns, pastries, sweet rolls, croissants, muffins, coffee cakes and more are made from scratch and come in a variety of sweet and savory flavors.
Locally grown vegetables. Fresh from our garden to your plate.
Locally made goat milk soap, all natural products, which include: lip balm, lotion bars, and bug repellent.
Terri’s Jams, Jellies and More
Berry and specialty jams, homemade salsa, fruit and maple syrups, locally harvested wild rice, wild berries and baked goods to include pies, breads (wild rice, wild rice craisin, cinnamon raisin swirl, focaccia, and cardamom), english muffins, bagels, cookies, sweet breads and more.
We specialize in green energy lighting concepts, for use both indoors and out, and offer a variety of hand made jewelry. Whether you are looking for a gift for that special someone in your life or if you just want something fun for yourself, you’ll find that our recycled, re-purposed and handmade products are sure to please!
The Rug Shop
Home grown vegetables including: asparagus, blueberries, carrots, cabbage, beets, squash, strawberries; woven rugs, place mats, mug rugs, area rugs, and knitted mittens.
Featuring homemade brats, polish, sausage, steaks, pork, chicken, burger!
19457 US HWY 169 S Grand Rapids 55744
Enjoy our pure maple syrup and maple products such as maple nuts, maple cream, maple sugar and candies. We won the 2013 International Maple Contest with 1st place dark amber syrup and Best of Show- best syrup in the world! About the 3rd week of July, our fresh MN hybrid blueberries and raspberries will begin ripening. We have 12 MN apple varieties- great for fresh-eating, pie, and sauce. Our earliest variety apple starts ripening mid-August to September.
Fresh garlic, local wild rice, fingerling potatoes, cabbage. root vegetables, apples and herbs.
Chicken and produce
Grass-fed beef, pastured pork and chicken, eggs, baked goods, and wool.
WOOD N STUFF
Handcrafted items for lawn and garden i.e. lawn furniture, planters, a variety of outdoor games and decor. Our specialty is satisfying your personal style and needs with our one of a kind creations!
Mike and Linda Claypool 218-301-9230